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  • 1. Gibralfaro Castle

    The name has a meaning of "rock of light" that signified a previous lighthouse built by Phoenicians of this spot. The fortress that was built in 1300's to further protect the gentry of the Granada...

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  • 2. Alcazaba

    Malaga's Alcazaba is simply super. It is actually the best-preserved (albeit restored and partially reconstructed) alcazaba in Spain, although it is nowhere near as vast as the Alhambra nor is it as...

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  • 3. Cathedral

    I'd visited the exterior of Malaga's cathedral.....Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación ...... on my December daytrip, but allowed myself time to properly explore its interior on my return visit. As...

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  • 4. Bullring

    There is a bullring in Malaga, Plaza de Toros, like in most cities and towns in Spain, at least those I have visited. I am against bullfighting, so I never visit the bullrings, but seeing that it is...

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  • 5. Calle Larios

    The pedestrianised main shopping street in Malaga leading from Avenida Principal into the old town. Look out for the sculpture on the right hand side with the faces on it - from each side you can see...

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  • 6. Roman Theater

    Malaga's Roman theatre was only discovered in the early 1950s, so it is still in pretty good condition. Having said that, it's been heavily restored in parts, so that it can be used on occasion for...

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  • 7. Picaso Museum

    I like art but I'm not passionate about it, and I'm certainly not passionate about Picasso. I'll be honest and say that the only reason I visited the Picasso 'Museum' (really a gallery containing some...

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  • 8. Plaza de la Merced

    For those of you which wee unaware, Pablo Picasso the famous artist was born right here in Malaga. Therefore all around the the town there are sights related to Picasso such as the house he was born...

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  • 9. Town hall

    The Neo-Baroque Town Hall is one of Malaga's most important buildings and was constructed between 1912 and 1919 and is located on the avenida de Cervantes. Noteworthy things to see at the Malaga Town...

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  • 10. Santiago Church

    Yes, our famous malagueño painter was baptised in 1881 right here in the Iglesia de Santiago on Calle Granada which can be found leading off of Plaza de la Merced where Picasso was born. It is, in...

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  • 11. Pedro Luis Alonso Gardens

    They are located by the town hall and wind up to Alcazaba castle. The gardens at the bottom has ponds, and waterfowl, in addition to a rose garden theme. It is a continuation of the Parque de Malaga,...

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  • 12. Palacio del Obispo

    The square where this Palace is sited is just at the main entrance of the cathedral. But normally you enter for visits of mass by the left one passing through the Museum and garden. Great atmosphere...

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  • 13. Granada visits

    We decided to visit Andalucia and our first stop was in Malaga. By chance, we were hosts of VT Members Cbeaujean and their house, as well as the area where they live, are so peaceful... Nous avions...

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  • 14. Palacio de la Diputacion

    The Aduana is a neo-classical Palace, from 1788-1829, full of history and beauty has nowadays paints of spanish painters of the beginings of the 19s. ( I love these paints ). If you think that it will...

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  • 16. MALAGA'S CITY PARK

    Monday, February 17, 2014Hans and I, along with j, visited MALAGA'S CITY PARK or El Parque de Malaga. The Park runs along Paseo del Parque, right in the city...

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  • 17. Go the the market.

    Malaga's Atranazanas indoor market is not only a feast for the eyes in terms of the foods it has on offer...and the stomach, of course.... but it's housed in a...

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  • 18. Enjoy the old town architecture.....

    I don't really mean the more modern bits, like the swish, pedestrianised Calle Marques de Larios although I suppose they have their own attractions for those...

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  • 19. Stroll through Paseo del Parque

    The idea for this rather lovely 'park' (really a long stretch of deliberately-planted sub-tropical gardens) goes back to 1896, when the whole port area of...

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  • 20. Relaxing at the Hammam

    I LOVE the arab baths in Málaga, the Hammam, they are fantastic. You can relax it different pools, some warm, some very warm and two very cold! There is also a...

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  • 21. Cooking fun at La Escuela con Encanto

    If you are in Málaga for a while and are looking for something different to do, why not visit La Escuela? This lovely shop has everything you might need to do...

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  • 22. Playas de La Malagueta

    This is where locals come to swim and sunbathe for hundreds of years. You'll also find upmarket beachclubs, a naval club, numerous snack bars selling freshly...

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  • 23. Paseo del Parque

    These botanical gardens feature species of plants and trees brought in from all over the world. The mild climate allows them all to flourish on land reclaimed...

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  • 24. Plaza de la Constitución

    This is the square with most tradition and one of the most archetypal in the city. It's located at an intersection of four streets, which once housed the...

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  • 25. The English Cemetary

    I may be a little strange in so far as I kind of like visiting old cemetaries and seeing the beautiful old monuments and tombs! On my second day in Malaga my...

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